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Unsellable Soho Loft Now Comes With an NFT

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What will you do in an apartment designed for the only couple in the world? At 112 Prince Street in Soho, architect Steven Wanta created for conceptual artist Michael Somolov and his wife Irina Well, such a taste capsule exists.

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As the photos in the listing show, the loft’s overall hallmark is its jagged edges.The floor-to-ceiling sculpture that separates the kitchen and dining room screams “What if the Christmas tree scares you?” Or a double-height bookshelf that seems to rip your hand apart every time you grab a book. In July 2021, he said the 3-bed, 2-bath unit, which went on sale for $5.99 million, has yet to sell despite being in Soho, where the median home sale price is. 60 percent up this year, and Penthouse Loft That’s nearly $7 million for the same square footage of the same building.like new york now Position Reportedly, the price will drop as low as $4 million, giving buyers some questionable perks. This is his NFT in the current home, so the future owner can remember the space forever before taking the sledgehammer.

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The listing reads: Designed to challenge your assumptions about the universe. Because your assumption is trivial. ’ Cue the violin. We are treated to slow bread in the room and overwhelmed by mostly wood-like carvings. They are indeed “huge” and “big” and “expressive”. In addition to these, the bathrooms and kitchens are full of sculptural counters and islands that encourage claustrophobia. Somolov explains that the apartment was built as a “sustainability experiment” to promote “truth, love and the magic of being part of creation.” (Possibly too much magical power in the space.)

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It’s difficult to quantify how much NFTs add or subtract from the already low list price of this Prince Street loft.

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